New York socialite Caroline Ferriday has her hands full with her post at the French consulate and a new love on the horizon. But Caroline’s world is forever changed when Hitler’s army invades Poland in September 1939—and then s...
Political thrillers have always intrigued me because I enjoy learning about the inner-workings of Washington DC. In this regard, Duplicity did not disappoint.
really hope that Beatty is going to fill more pages with adventures for Serafina. His well woven threads of mystery, the fantastic, suspense and heart touching story has captured my attention and I can imagine so much more.
"season of Salt & Honey" would appeal to those who like emotional fiction with a dash of romance. But, really, the focus is on relationships. I would recommend it.
All in all, "Pretty Little Things" is a decent read.
Anyone that enjoys military, action, intrigue and an intense plot with a lot going on may want to read this book.
The book is hysterically funny and touching at once, perhaps the best one in the series yet.
I love the characters and the stories. What can be funnier than a pair of Amish senior citizens matchmaking for their grandchildren?
There are heart-touching moments and some laugh out loud portions that made the story hard to step away from
At its heart, this is a simple story of a girl with great courage, wit, and wisdom.
I expected sweet innocence, but I found sensual scenes that are appropriate for a more mature audience. This was a concern for me as a conservative reader.
This book is a great beach read that would appeal to anyone who likes a book that delivers on a promise of an escape from the ordinary.
The story seems to have been written effortlessly, but I am sure that this plot took careful planning.
Fans of Dan Brown will enjoy this book, and those seeking a bit more meat to their historical novels will as well.
Charlotte Hubbard did surprise me with the thoughts and language of two characters in the story. I feel they will be found offensive by some readers.
I developed such an emotional connection to the O’Brien family and hated to see their struggle, but it became an uplifting read about the strength of family.
This novel is a fresh look at suicide and those who deal with it. The story didn’t pan out exactly how I thought it would, but it was much more believable this way.
I laughed out loud and I don’t think I stopped smiling from the first page! The book played out like a television series, so it is not surprising that it later was made into one.
Apart from the disappointing few scenes at the finish, this book is a lovely, leisurely, and literary read, full of exotic places and fascinating people.
This book is filled with action, tension and the sheer evil of man. The author has a powerful ability to combine these amazing creatures with humanity and technology.